Last weeks challenge: SUCCESS! I think I only went through three outfits all week! Including one for a wedding we went to this weekend. Not bad. I hope everyone else did great to. Hubs did look at me weird because I wore the same clothes I wore on the drive up to the wedding as I did on the drive back (I never do that!). But he's glad I completed the challenge, lol.
This week is a pretty exciting one to! Read more about it below & be sure to check out the Honor Society HERE.
While visiting your blogs this week, I came across a plea for help from Petunia GreenBeans. Basically, she's asking for help with recycling ... she wants to know what works ... what we recycle, how we sort, etc. She plans to compile a list of tips, ideas and links. So ... let's put our collective heads together and come up with a list for her. Here's the challenge:
This week, visit Petunia GreenBeans HERE (http://getyourgreenbeans.com/recycle/calling-all-greenbeans-help-how-do-you-recycle/) and share your knowledge about recycling. If you write a post about recycling, leave her a link to it. If you have some tried and true tips, leave those in a comment for her. And, so that we all can benefit from each other, please leave the same information here, on this post. It's double work but ... it's also double visibility for your ideas.
So what do you think ... are you up for the challenge?
-------------------------------------So here's my thoughts/tips on recycling! Is it easy? No! It takes lots of hard work, but it can become easy and just a everyday thing! I DO NOT throw paper in the trash, I throw it in the recycling bin! So that's what I'd like to share today.... bins!
They are so important when it comes to recycling. About once a week my grandparents come and take our "Aluminum Cans" bin. They are both in their 70's, so I recently bought a bin with wheels so that they no longer have to pull or carry it. I also have some round ones for paper and another for plastic. Those have handles and are short. Since I go to the recycling center about twice a month they are easier for me to carry. You can keep a bin anywhere, inside, outside, the garage, kitchen... anywhere.
So if you are unsure on where to start start there... buy yourself 3 bins:
Until next time ...
WE'RE CHANGING THE WORLD ... ONE CHALLENGE AT A TIME!